Friday, October 7, 2022

Educational institutions conduct various programmes

Educational institutions held various programmes including seminar, farewell, cultural day, social work etc., across the state.
SJC (A): Department of English, St. Joseph’s College (A), Jakhama in collaboration with the IQAC of the institution organised one day seminar on “blended mode of learning” on May 7 at the College Auditorium.
The speakers of the seminar were the faculty members of the department of English namely Tainla Longchar, Neizosie-O Jude Rhutsu and Soyimla Akum who spoke on “introduction to blended mode of learning and theoretical background”, “ICT tools and initiatives and implementation of blended learning” and “assessment and evaluation and suggested framework for blended learning” respectively.
FAC: Career Guidance & Counselling Cell, Fazl Ali College (FAC) organised a career guidance programme for BA/BSc 6th semester students on the theme, “following your dreams” on May 7 at the College Auditorium with Sentilong Ozukum, civil servant, writer and an alumnus as the resource person.
In a separate event, NNC FAC also bid adieu to the senior outgoing cadets. Earlier, on May 6 FAC fraternity organised a farewell programme on May 6 at the Conference Hall to bid farewell to one of its senior teaching faculty, Dr. Abhijit Borah on account of his voluntary retirement from government service.
PGC: Pfütsero Government College (PGC) Pfütsero celebrated its 39th cultural day cum literary day on May 6-7 under the theme, “Strengthening the root of culture through the wings of creative literature” with Pfütsero Town Youth Organisation (PTYO) president, Pokhoto Kezo and PGC principal, Dr. Bweyhunle Khing as speakers.
At the programme, Kezo stressed on the importance for students to analyse and rationalise what was being taught and the need for a traditional and cultural revival as values like honesty and hard work were strongly adhered to by the forefathers.
Dr. Khing emphasised on the all-round development of one’s personality through active participation in co-curricular activities.
The two days event witnessed the showcasing of talents, creative literary skills and celebrating the rich culture and traditions in the form of competition on various culture and literary activities.
CEC: C-Edge College (CEC) held its 8th commencement day for graduating students of Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Bachelor of Business Administration (B.BA.), on May 6 at GK auditorium.
In a press release, CEC informed that during the programme, commencement speaker, principal director, School Education, Shanavas C exhorted the graduating students to pursue higher, to overcome fear and challenges. He also highlighted the importance of public speaking and stressed on how the younger generation could contribute in moving the state forward.
At the programme, CEC principal Dr. Chubatola Aier conferred various meritorious awards—Ramanathan award for EVS topper, Laurel Merit Awards, and Overall House Champion Award, etc.
CEC president, Er. Moa Aier delivered opening address while vote of thanks was proposed by assistant professor CEC, Duvolu Rhakho.
ICFAI: ICFAI University in collaboration with Imperial IAS Academy conducted a seminar on “Career in Civil Service” on May 6.
In a press release, ICFAI University informed that speakers for the seminar were faculty, Imperial IAS Academy, Vedezo Neinu and COO Imperial Coaching and IAS Academy, Rahul Sen.
At the seminar, Vedezo Neinu highlighted technical aspects of civil service examination and presented an overview of the curriculum coverage.
Meanwhile, Rahul Sen instructed the students on mode of operation of the academy and highlighted providence of 100% scholarship by the academy to meritorious aspirants. The seminar was attended by both UG and PG course students.
LFIC: To protect and raise awareness on importance of keeping environment clean, free of pollutants, Livingstone Foundation International College (LFIC) held social work on May 7.
Earlier, as part of a practical academic exercise, students and teaching faculty of Education and Psychology department, LFIC visited special classroom run by St Mary’s Montessori Higher Secondary School Dimapur on May 6.
MMC SA: MMC Sociological Association conducted its monthly symposium series III at AV Room, Mount Mary College, Chumukedima on May 7, under the topic “Navigating Life Post-college”, with MD, The People’s Channel, Dimapur, Rozelle Mero as guest speaker.
WGC:Wangkhao Government College (WGC) Mon organised a thanksgiving programme on May 6 in in celebration of successful completion of first cycle of NAAC Accreditation, 2022.
A press release by WGC Mon stated that Deputy Commissioner (DC) Mon, Thavaseelan K thanked the Mindtree Foundation, Cherub Foundation, Assam Rifles, CSR, Alumni Association, KGOU, KSU, KNSK and other civil organizations for their tremendous contribution towards the physical development of the college.
In his speech, WGC Mon principal, Dr. I Wati Imchen urged the teachers, students, all the stake holders to continue to uphold the college to maintain the grade and to work much more to take the college to greater heights.

Livingstone Foundation International College
Mount Mary College, Chumukedima